but i've been saying, patience is hard, i know, but this is the kind of thing that as i said, you -- you want a case, you want a person, but want the right case and the right person and we want a guilty verdict. that's the goal. >> when we hear the joint terrorism task force is overseeing this, involved with this, we know the fbi is the lead investigation, agency on the case, how does. jttf work? they're all sitting in a room together? >> there is a room where they meet, i won't disclose where it is, it is here, it is run by an individual, tends to be an fbi agent. they are -- for many things, just sort of a management person, they are managing all the different pieces coming in. and, you know, in this instance we might have immigration, department of homeland security may have a big role, immigrations, customs and border enforcement, you'll have state and local officials, they sit in a room. when there is not a case, it is a lot of sharing information, we're following up on this. when there is a case, they have been there 24/7, they have gotten support from d.c. there are other people here.